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Lexington Market

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  • Report recommends $26.7M overhaul of Lexington Market

    Report recommends $26.7M overhaul of Lexington Market
    Lexington Market could be rebuilt and host a weekly farmers' market if the city follows through on new recommendations for an institution dogged by a reputation for safety problems and lack of cleanliness.
  • Opening doors to Baltimore's industrial past

    Opening doors to Baltimore's industrial past
    Baltimore's manufacturing heyday is long past. But the buildings that housed those industries were sturdily constructed. Many have survived and now thrive as residences, theaters, restaurants, artist studios, classrooms, museums, retail shops and...

    Baltimore blacksmith shop to run nonprofit museum

    Baltimore blacksmith shop to run nonprofit museum
    Sparks started flying at the blacksmith shop on West Saratoga Street when James Madison was president of the United States, and a crew there is still on the job, now operating in a hybrid historical museum and working business. The folks who run G. Krug...

    Early game time creates parking problems

    Early game time creates parking problems
    Danyette Hawkins had to employ her best diplomatic skills as she stood in front of the Grand parking garage on Paca Street holding a bright-colored flag before the game. Every few minutes, a driver would pull up to enter the garage. Hawkins would have to...

    The Red Line numbers don't add up [Commentary]

    The Red Line numbers don't add up [Commentary]
    In a recent letter to Maryland Department of Transportation Secretary Jim Smith, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz correctly stated that "… there was always a clear understanding that [the Red Line] would be a state and federally funded...